In 2015, Tokyo restaurant Tsuta became the first ramen joint in the world to be awarded a Michelin star, and in Hong Kong, the ramenya delivers on the brand's stellar reputation. Delivery is available on all sorts of the restaurant’s Japanese rice and sandwich options. For their world-famous ramen though, you’ll have to collect in-store, as the chefs want to ensure a top-notch taste experience for all who eat it. For delivery, order via Foodpanda 25 minutes ahead of time and they’ll bring your food to you in Tsim Sha Tsui and neighbouring districts.
Let's face it, us Hong Kong dwellers love Japanese food. There's just something about the subtle flavours and dizzying variety that we simply cannot get enough of – to the point where many of us won't even blink when dropping hundreds of dollars on an omakase dinner. Having a sit-down meal may not be at the top of your to-do list right now, but luckily some great Japanese establishments around the city are providing takeaway and delivery services. So whether it's sashimi, tempura, or udon, you can get your favourites delivered to your door.
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